What could be better than 100°C boiling water and cold, filtered drinking water on tap? QETTLE is British innovation at its best. And better still, it comes at a pocket-friendly price.
QETTLE 100°C Water 100% Genius
Make a statement with QETTLE Signature. Precision engineered from stainless steel finish, Signature taps dispense 100°C boiling water, filtered drinking water and normal hot and cold flows – with an extra dash of detail.
ENGINEERING AND CRAFTMANSHIP
Multi-functional, multi-patented QETTLE taps are the latest chapter in a remarkable story of British innovation and design engineering. And as the flagship brand of the Greg Rowe Group, QETTLE has an impeccable pedigree.
Pioneering outstanding product design is what we have done for over 40 years. We are proud that QETTLE’s patent – the first for a mechanical, 4 in 1 kitchen tap – has been globally granted.
HOW DOES QETTLE WORK?
QETTLE is surprisingly simple. Underneath the sink, there’s a compact boiler tank and a filter system. The efficient, insulated tank maintains its volume of water at 100°C. The filter system removes unpleasant contaminants such as chlorine from the flow of drinking water, whilst also minimizing the damaging effect of limescale on the boiler tank’s element.
On top, it’s the tech inside the tap that’s really clever. QETTLE conceals four waterways, through which 100°C boiling water, filtered drinking water, plus normal hot and cold water travel.
A QETTLE tap will fit into a 35mm diameter tap hole, which is the standard sized tap hole – perfect if you’re replacing an existing kitchen tap.
Ideally, there should be 100mm between the back of the tap and the windowsill or upstand. This is to ensure your QETTLE’s lever handle can move freely. But don’t worry if this space is not available. We can fit your QETTLE with a progressive valve – it won’t change its appearance – but it will mean your tap’s handle won’t collide with the windowsill! Just tell us when you’re placing your order.
ARE BOILING WATER TAPS SAFE?
Boiling water tap designs differ, but as a rule, you should be looking for a boiling water tap that offers two-stage safety at the least. All QETTLE taps have a safety clip and a handle lock. Once the clip has been removed, a button on the top of the tap’s boiling water handle must be pressed down at the same time as the handle is turned clockwise.is really worth a watch – QETTLE’s safety features are expertly explained.